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T E Boxer Dogs T Volume 1 No.2



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July/ Aug 2011


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All That Glitters....

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2011 American Boxer Nationals ~ Select Bitch 2010 American Boxer ~ Reserve Winners Bitch 2010 American Boxer Nationals ~ Futurity Best Puppy

Group and Best In Specialty Winner Breeders/Owners: Bonnie Wagaman & Jennifer Tellier

Cinni-Bon Boxers

Agents: Wendy & Jimmy Bettis

San Diego, CA

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GCh Telstar’s All That Glitters At Cinni-Bon


GCh. Conquest-Rosend’s New Kid In Town (GCh. R and G’s Mystic Dancer ex Ch. Conquest-Rosend’s Rich Girl)

Multiple BIS Winner #4 Boxer All-breed* Presented by Cheryl Cates

Owners/Breeders Bob and Debbie White, Conquest Boxers, Jerry and Lynda Yon, Rosend Boxers, *Dog News, 4/11

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Illyrian Boxer’s

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Hailey is the winner of the 2011 ABC 8-10 yr. Veteran’s Class. She has excelled as our foundation for Illyrian Boxers. She is the Dam of Ch. Illyrian’s Trilogy (2nd Place 2011 ABC Stud Dog) and the Grand Dam to Gr.Ch.Illyrian’s Charmed I’m Sure (1st award of Excellence ABC 2011)

Breeders: Pamela Rohr and Michael Shepherd Owners: Gail Kloecker and Pamela Rohr

Presented beautifully by Lori McClain Ferguson

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2nd Place Stud Dog Class, 2011 ABC

Ch. Illyrian’s Trilogy

“Auggie” Illyrian Boxers

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would like to thank and congratulate all the Auggie Kid’s for their Class wins and placements at this year’s ABC:

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Auggie is currently the proud sire of 5 American Champions and one Canadian Champion, with several more major pointed and poised to finish in the near future.

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BIS Ch. Breho Fortuity Shared Treasure Marburl’s Spartacus Marburl’s Artemis Maxl’s In Your Dreams

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Breeders: Gail Kloecker and Pamela Rohr Owners: Gail Kloecker and Nicole Logan

Presented beautifully by Lori McClain Ferguson

ARVC,SAS:N egative DM: Carrie r

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Marburl Boxers

proudly presents...


GCH CH. Marburl’s Chisum ( Ch. Marburl’s Hidalgo X Ch. Duba Dae’s Shining Star ) 2011 ABC TOP TWENTY CONTENDER & The 2010 ABC Reserve Winners Dog

Chisum proudly carries on the legacy of Marburl Boxers … in the winning and producing tradition of those that came before him, we are looking forward to the future…

Chisum’s first litter has arrived out of the beautiful, Illyrian’s Ready to Charm, a full sister to Ch. Illyrian’s Trilogy…Congrats!!

Breeders: Mary Frances Burleson Lynn Jansson

Owner: Mary Frances Burleson Marburl Boxers 214-908-0825

Campaigned by: Lori McClain Ferguson 918-269-4473

Chisum is SAS clear by color flow Doppler (Ryan Baumwart DVM, DACVIM), ARVC Negative

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Selectively shown in 2011, this girl is “working” her way up with several group placements and the FIRST AWARD OF EXCELLENCE AT THE 2011 AMERICAN BOXER CLUB NATIONAL!!!!! Our sincere appreciation to Breeder/ Judge Shirley Bell for this very special win and to all of the judges and breeders who have acknowledged her.

. . r. e h r fo h c t a W She’ll charm your socks off!! ( CH. LaRich Stars to the Maxl, SOM X Illyrian’s Ready to Charm )

Owners: Mary Frances Burleson and Gail Kloecker Breeders: Gail Kloecker and Pamela Rohr

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Marburl Boxers present exciting littermates… “Tucker & Tori” By Ch. ILLYRIAN’S TRILOGY “Auggie” & Ch. MARBURL’S MYKONOS “Mickie”

Marburl’s Spartacus


Marburl’s Artemis

Breeder / Owner: Mary Frances Burleson MARBURL BOXERS 214-908-0825

“Tucker” is shown WINNING 1st in the 6-9 month class at the ABC. “Tori” placed 3rd in the 6-9 class.

Not bad for their first show, first time in the ring at 6 months old!! Our special thanks to Shirley Bell and Michael Shepherd for appreciating them. We look forward to their future! “Tori” is co-owned with Shelli McGregor and “Tucker” is co-owned with Kim McGregor Hanusek . Our gratitude to all they have done getting them ready!!!

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“Reese” Proudly Owner Handled by: Lori McClain Ferguson [ Ch. Illyrian’s Trilogy X Ch. DLG’s Rainbow’s End ]


has quickly garnered 12 points, selectively shown, with both majors including BOW at the MN. Boxer Club Specialty! She was also 3rd in her 15-18 mos. futurity class Thank you to all the judges for appreciating her beautiful type and soundness!!! Breeder/ Owners Michelle Rocca Donna Galante Lori McClain Ferguson/ MAXL Boxers

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MAXL Boxers is so very proud of…




OY, SO M (1/96 –


[ Ch. Schoolmaster’s Easter Noah, SOM x CH. Dreamweaver’s Gold Lace O’ Maxl, CD, DOM ]


Earning his LEGION OF MERIT STATUS! “Conner” is currently the sire of 49 champions with more heading towards their championships, including 4 Producers of Merit and still counting! We are proud of all of them and glad that Conner’s pedigree stands behind many of the top producing, top wining, and up and coming Boxers of today!! Breeder: Lori McClain MAXL Boxers 918-269-4473

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Owners: Dr. Tim and Belinda Aldrich Lori McClain

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GCH Storybook Written in Gold for Meridian (CH. Rochil’s Call of the Wild SOM (Gable) X Rochil’s Black Magic Woman DOM (Cyndee)

Briggs Health Testing:

*DM - Clear (6/09) *Holter - ‘0’ VPC’s (12/09) *Cardiologist Auscultation/Echo - clear (3/10) *ARVC - normal (6/09) *Thyroid – Normal


Available pups from our May litter,

Bred by: Skip and Linda Abel Owned By: Meri Wilkinson, Skip and Linda Abel, and Michael Shepherd Handled by: Michael Shepherd and assisted by Dottie James

Meridian Boxers Photos by Todd Lambert

Meri Wilkinson

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2 flashy males 1 classic female

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GCH ARABY HIGH LIFE Sire: CH. MGM’s Man For All Seasons Dam: CH. Draco On Fire at Araby

Frozen Semen available in the UK, Fall 2011


A Legacy of Excellence OFA tested Cardio checked Show puppies available- health tested parents.

Patricia Dollar Hopewell Run Farm

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Spirit Faith Boxers Proudly Presents....



Addie Lots of Addie-tude!



Journey is my special girl who came from Mark and Linda Sergios of Sergios Boxers. She is my first champion and my foundation girl. I couldn’t ask for a healthier, more beautiful girl. Thank you Mark and Linda for Journey and thank you to Ike Liotto and Tina Starr for finishing my special girl. Journey is now a proud and loving momma of her first litter by Crimson’s Howl at the Moon “Jacob”. Jacob, owned by Vickie Brannon of Shayvic Boxers, has also completed his health testing.

Adventure( Addie)..... our new and upcoming show girl. Not only does she have looks, movement, and a great bite but she also has lots of Addie-tude for the ring!

Owner: Sherry Wilmont Breeder/Co-Owner: Cindy Eastwood Handlers: Sherry Wilmont, Ike Liotto, & Tina Starr


Please take a look....Puppies available.

Owner: Sherry Wilmont Breeder: Sharon Barry Handlers: Ike Liotto, & Tina Starr Health Testing complete and passed!

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From around the Rings at ABC National 2011

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Candid photos courtesy of LindaJohnson

From around the Rings at ABC National 2011

Congrats to all the winners!

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Candid photos courtesy of LindaJohnson

National Specialty Fever

when I had to return to the ring with

ring steward and I got asked more

pups do well, you are in the ring a

one of our other dogs. Somehow we

than once for an armband.

got by.

great experience, and people are still

lot more than that. For some of the

It was a

talking to us, which makes it all good!

pups this may be their first trip away from home, and for some away from

If you don’t have dogs to show,

their custodial parents. You find out

ring stewarding can be a lot of fun.

Someone told me early on that you

really quickly who has been doing

You provide a much needed and

come to The National to have fun.

more than giving lip service to crate

appreciated service to both the judge

You are there to show your dogs most

training, who travels well, and who

and the exhibitors and you get the

certainly to the judge, but also and as

events, and watched all of the

in the group thinks they need to be

best seat in the house to watch the

importantly to your fellow breeders in

Specialty after having our dogs for

judging. We’d just become members

up with the chickens. Puppies can be

judging. Nerves get to the best of

the sport. One of the most important

only 2 months. To say we were new

of DCA, so we knew who more of the

humbling, and you never know who

us and you’d be surprised at what

events at a National Specialty is the

to the sport was the understatement

dogs where and recognized more of

in the group is going to decide to

seasoned veterans of the ring can

Stud Dog and Brood Bitch class.

of the century!

their breeders. We even met some

conveniently forget everything they

forget when a case of the jitters sets

What a great opportunity to see

complete a drive that we would now

people we didn’t know.

ever knew about being a show dog.

in. As a ring steward you can help

how a particular line is producing. It

make in a day without thinking a thing

making progress!

And they usually keep it a secret until

your fellow fancier by making sure

might confirm a decision about a stud

you walk into the ring. Hopefully you

they maintain their place in the line,

dog, or give you some new ideas of a

~ Michele Wrath We went to our first National

There is no greater event in the sport of dogs than the parent club National Specialty. It is a great opportunity to catch up with old friends, make some new ones, see the newest batch of kids, perhaps discover the next star - and if you are really lucky – come home with some ribbons that recognize the success of your efforts as a breeder. It can be the place where your wildest dreams are fulfilled or where you come up just short.

the ring at least three times. If the

We took 2 days to

We were

about it. We made our reservations late, so we ended up in the overflow

I laugh when I think back to those days

don’t have a barker in the group, and

assuring them that yes, they do want

possible breeding direction you might

hotel across the street.

While we

and how much has changed. We now

heaven forbid any of the girls decide

to stack their dog facing in the same

not have considered.

were close, it wasn’t the same as

make our hotel reservations for the

to come into season!

direction as the previous 10 exhibits

being on the show site.

following year when we return home

We had the show schedule, but we

from the current years festivities.

didn’t know about any of the post

before them, that their armband is


For me, it is harder to watch my dogs

secured and in place and that the

Specialties is upon us. When you arrive

We’d never think of missing any of

being shown than it is to be in the ring

number is an exact match with the

at the National, whether at the first

show ring activities like Hospitality,

the judging, and usually one of us in

myself. My husband showed the last

one that was assigned to the dog in

social event or while sitting ringside,

the General Meeting, or the Top

our circle of friends will be ringside

batch of puppies at our most recent

the catalog.

look around for that person or couple

Twenty. We were still trying to figure

the instant that chairs are set up to

National Specialty, and I am sure that

out what this dog show thing was

make sure we have good seats. We

I wore a hole in the carpet pacing

And there is no greater honor than

recognize them easily. They’ll be the

all about and we didn’t know a lot

look forward to seeing old friends,

back and forth outside the ring. And

being asked to judge one of the

folks sitting on the sidelines, with wide

of people, so we basically did our

catching up on what’s going on,

then due to circumstances we never

events. My husband had the privilege

eyes and a slight look of bewilderment

own thing. If we weren’t showing in

getting a look at the new crop of

imagined would happen, I had to

of judging the Futurity at a recent

on their faces. They’ll look just like you

the morning we took the dogs for a

promising youngsters, and seeing

hand my special off to a friend to be

National Specialty. It was one of the

felt at your first National Specialty. Go

walk, and usually arrived ringside by

how last year’s batch grew up.

shown in Best of Breed. I became

most enjoyable experiences we’ve had

up to them and say Hello. Introduce

that person you see at every show.

at a National. As The Spouse, it can

them to some of your friends and offer


Fortunately for us that first





that you’ve never seen before. You’ll

year, we got to the show in time to

The great thing about the National

You know the one. They are either

be a bit unnerving to sit ringside and

to answer any questions they might

see Winners Dog and Winners Bitch

Specialty is that there are so many

hiding behind a pole, peeping over

watch your better half adjudicate over

have. They’ll appreciate it forever!

and we managed to have the sense

ways to enjoy it. Bringing youngsters

someone’s shoulder or lurking around

your peers. As the day progressed my

to watch all of Best of Breed.

can be the most fun and the most

the other side of a doorjamb, ever

immediate response to anything said

exasperating all at the same time.

vigilant that they remain hidden from

to me was “I’m just The Wife”. Because


It is definitely the most work! If you

their dog while it is in the ring.


I was sitting close to the entrance to

knew more people, attended more

show in all the events, you are in

friend smartly covered the dog’s eyes

the ring, some folks thought I was the

The second year was better.

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ttending the national is an exciting event that not everyone is

So when the opportunity affords us we burn up our phone minutes, whip off emails and start the many lists of what we will need for a trip to the national. Where else can we have the opportunity to make new friends and visit with old friends from all around the world wrapped around a dog venue?

watching the conformation dogs gobble up the hot dog while their owners are begging them to come in the hopes of rescuing some piece of hot dog to place in the class.

By Karen McNamara

able to enjoy every year.

but the side splitting laughter

Over the past year I have had the opportunity to attend over a dozen nationals as the official videographer of their national events. Some on the west coast, some on the east coast, some in the north, some in the south and even a few in the middle. So with all the recent discussion about where the National should be held I thought it might be a good time to talk about some of the other events that other National clubs have hosted. While we might not admit it, deep down we all attend the National with the hopes and dreams of bringing home a ribbon. Some people might say well it’s an honor just to make the cut, or place in the class but who’s kidding who,

we all want that piece of the pie, that class win or dare I say it, even winners or breed and yet these people are a very small percentage of the population who attend a National. Some clubs have made it about so much more than winning, its about having fun with your friends and your dog, even if you aren’t winning in the breed classes. The English Springer Spaniel Club offers a relay race competition. Imagine dressing your dog in boxers, a T-shirt and socks on their 2 back legs and running across the ring? Or what about the Hot Dog Toss… granted the obedience dogs win

Costume team obedience where the handlers and the dogs were dressed in assorted costumes and asked to perform assorted obedience commands including dropping to the floor with a huge whale tail dragging behind them. Then there was the club that offered the rubber ducky toss. A toy dog size blue dog bed was placed in the middle of the ring and people who purchased tiny rubber ducks tried to toss them into the “dog bed aka pond” to win a prize. The Bulldogs have a costume party and there was nothing funnier than seeing a male bulldog dressed in fish net panty hose especially when he was going away from you. They also had a different regional club put on a free theme dinner every night as part of hospitality. The Chinese Crested people

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had a fun match where everyone including the dogs was dressed in the Mardi Gras theme. The Papillion Club of America had an over 60 handling class. All of the exhibitors had some form of butterfly costume on and even the AKC judge was dressed for the occasion. At the Portuguese Water National 2 of the get in the stud dog class were longhaired Chihuahuas. At the Mastiff National exhibitors were supplied with a small lanyard that listed their name and Kennel affiliation. It also held a bit of cash and their room key! In this day and age with face book and twitter the lanyard was a great way to find that face book friend that you hadn’t actually met. Most of the clubs have a rescue parade with not a dry eye in the house by the time the last dog enters the ring. There are the Parade of Champions and or Titleholders, which are another way for people to show off their dogs.

The Poodle Club of America probably has the best venue, with indoor sod, topiaries of giant white Poodles, giant screen TV’s with live video seen anywhere in the arena and held at the same location for the past 8 years. An old favorite at the DCA is the Wine Party. A new feature at DCA this year was the Decorated Dals. They raised a lot of money and generated a lot of excitement but neither one of these events included the dogs. I believe once upon a time Dalmatians were considered circus dogs and as we all know they are performing some ridiculous feat every day so imagine a ring full of these spotted wonders acting like clowns and having fun. To add some fun entertainment to a National doesn’t need to cost a lot of money it just requires some volunteers and an ability to think outside the box.

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